Strictly speaking, this tractor in the South Greenville Fair parade is an immaculately restored 1948 Allis Chalmers model “G”. But it could also substitute as a Persian Orange Clemson Spirit machine.
The South Greenville Fair featured a good selection of antique engines – many in running condition and powering demonstration machinery such as this corn milling machine.
The South Greenville Fair was held last weekend in the City Park in Simpsonville. Established in 1958, the fair stays true to its roots, featuring youth livestock competition and agricultural exhibits. There was also an antique tractor parade through downtown Simpsonville.
Moonlight Movies usually have a food truck nearby for a convenient dinner with the movie, Keepin’ It Fresh was at one movie, and they also serve at other events in the area.
There are only 2 remaining Moonlight Movie nights this year. Tomorrow’s movie will feature John Wayne in The Searchers.
Because of a break in a key gas pipeline that feeds the east coast region, there are spot outages of certain grades of gas. In this case, it is illustrated by removing the price from the signs at QuikTrip. In general it is still easy to obtain gas at a nearby station when necessary.
The First Presbyterian Church on the corner of Washington and Richardson Streets.
The roof line of the Westin Poinsett Hotel.
Brick side of 22 S. Main Street in Greenville, SC.
Afternoon sunlight on South Main Street in the West End.